Bridgette L. Remington
A considerable portion of Ms. Remington’s practice consists of representing institutions and employers in the defense of workers’ compensation matters. Ms. Remington began working for the firm as a summer associate while in law school. Before joining the firm, Ms. Remington served as a Hearing Officer for the Vermont Public Utility Commission and worked as a private attorney serving property developers in the field of energy permitting and regulation. She also served as a judicial intern for Justice Brian L. Burgess of the Vermont Supreme Court. While studying at Vermont Law School, she was an Articles Editor for the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law, a Research Assistant for the US-China Partnership for Environmental Law, and a Dean’s Fellow, teaching legal writing to first-year students. Ms. Remington has a professional background in accounting, auditing, and project management and finance, including serving as the in-house manager for the Vermont Youth Conservation Corp’s West Monitor Barn project in Richmond, Vermont. In addition, Ms. Remington interned for the United States Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.